The University of St. Thomas

School of Engineering

M.S. in Regulatory Science

M.S. in Regulatory Science

For more than a decade, the University of St. Thomas School of Engineering has provided training and educational opportunities for our regional medical device industry. Through addition of new regulatory affairs courses and existing regulatory, product development and technology management courses, the School of Engineering now offers a Regulatory Science Master’s Degree Program. 

The Regulatory Science Master’s Program was developed in consultation with industry leaders. It embodies the flexibility, quality instruction and career enhancement opportunities that University of St. Thomas graduates have realized over the years. Through selection of electives, graduates acquire information and skills allowing them to pursue regulatory careers such as:

  • FDA submissions
  • International regulatory requirements
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Regulatory policy and corporate affairs
  • Other specialty areas

About Regulatory Science (MSRS)

This masters program designed for those interested in transitioning into the field of Regulatory Science. It is also intended for new regulatory professionals who recognize the need to acquire a broader understanding of regulatory requirements and how to achieve them. The program covers submissions, clinical studies, quality systems, international submissions, device manufacturing, combination products and other regulatory topics.